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The G.I. Executioner (1971)

G-Men Never Forget (1948)

G-Men vs. the Black Dragon (1943)

Gabriel Over the White House (1933)

Galathea: Das Lebende Marmorbild (1935)

Galaxina (1980)

Galaxy Express (1979)

The Galaxy Invader (1985)

Galaxy of Terror (1981)

Gallery of Horror (1967)

A Game of Death (1945)

Gamera (1965)

Gamera; Guardian of the Universe (1995)

Gamera – Super Monster (1980)

Gamera 3: The Revenge of Iris (1999)

Gamera 2: Attack of Legion (1996)

Gamera vs. Barugon (1966)

Gamera vs. Gaos (1967)

Gamera vs. Monster X (1970)

Gamera vs. Zigra (1971)

Games (1967)

The Gamma People (1956)

Gammera the Invincible (1966)

Gandy’s Dream Girl (1944)

Gang Busters (1942)

Ganja & Hess (1973)

Die Gansehirtin am Brunnen (1979)

Gappa, the Triphibian Monster (1967)

The Garden Murder Case (1936)

Garden of the Dead (1974)

Gargoyles (1972)

The Gas House Kids in Hollywood (1947)

Gas-s-s-s (1971)

Gaslight (1940)

The Gaucho (1927)

Gawain and the Green Knight (1973)

Gee Whiz-z-z-z-z-z-z (1956)

Das Geheimnis der Chinesischen Nelke (1964)

Das Geheimnis der Gelben Narzissen (1961)

Geisha Girl (1952)

Der Geisterzug (1927)

Gekko Kamen (1958)

Gemini Man (1976)

Les generations comiques (1909)

Genesis II (1973)

Genevieve de Brabant (1907)

The Genii of Darkness (1962)

The Genii of Fire (1908)

Genius at Work (1946)

Gentleman Jekyll and Driver Hyde (1950)

Genuine (1920)

Georges Melies, Cinema Magician (1978)

Georgie and the Dragon (1951)

Gertie the Dinosaur (1914)

Gertie the Dinosaur (1915)

Der gestiefelte Kater (1955)

Get Along Little Zombie (1946)

Get Rich Quick Porky (1937)

The Ghastly Ones (1968)

Ghidrah, the Three-Headed Monster (1964)

:Ghosks is the Bunk (1939)

The Ghost (1963)

The Ghost and Mr. Chicken (1966)

The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947)

The Ghost and the Guest (1943)

The Ghost Breakers (1940)

The Ghost Camera (1933)

Ghost-Cat of Ouma Crossing (1954)

Ghost-Cat of the Cursed Swamp (1968)

Ghost Catchers (1944)

The Ghost Chasers (1951)

The Ghost Dance (1980)

Ghost Fever (1986)

The Ghost Goes West (1935)

The Ghost Goes Wild (1947)

Ghost Guns (1944)

The Ghost in the Invisible Bikini (1966)

Ghost In the Noonday Sun (1973)

Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow (1959)

The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942)

The Ghost of Rashmon Hall (1947)

The Ghost of Rosy Taylor (1918)

The Ghost of St.. Michaels (1941)

The Ghost of Slumber Mountain (1919)

Ghost Parade (1931)

Ghost Patrol (1936)

The Ghost Ship (1943)

Ghost Ship (1952)

Ghost Ship Part One (1957)

Ghost Ship, Part Two (1957)

The Ghost Talks (1949)

The Ghost Town (1944)

The Ghost Train (1901)

The Ghost Train (1931)

The Ghost Train (1941)

Ghost Valley (1932)

The Ghost Walks (1934)

Ghosts – Italian Style (1968)

The Ghosts of Berkeley Square (1947)

Ghosts of Hanley House (1968)

The Ghosts of Yotsuya (1959)

Ghosts on the Loose (1943)

Ghosts that Still Walk (1977)

The Ghoul (1934)

The Giant Behemoth (1959)

The Giant Claw (1957)

Giant from the Unknown (1958)

The Giant Gila Monster (1959)

The Giant of Metropolis (1961)

The Giant Spider Invasion (1975)

The Giants of Thessaly (1961)

Gibel sensatsii (1935)

Gift of Gab (1934)

Gifts from the Air (1937)

Gigantes Planetarios (1965)

Gigantis, the Fire Monster (1965)

Gildersleeve’s Ghost (1944)

Ginevra degli almieri (1936)

Ginger Nutt’s Forest Dragon (1950)

The Girl from Scotland Yard (1937)

The Girl from Starship Venus (1969)

Girl in His Pocket (1957)

Girl in Room 2a (1973)

The Girl in the Kremlin (1957)

The Girl Who Dared (1944)

Girly (1970)

Give Us the Moon (1944)

Le glace a trois faces (1927)

The Gladiator (1938)

Gladiatorerna (1969)

The Glass Slipper (1955)

The Glass Sphinx (1967)

Glen and Randa (1971)

Glen or Glenda (1953)

The Gloves of Ptames (1914)

The Gnome-Mobile (1967)

A Gnome Named Gnorm (1990)

God Told Me To (1976)

Godmonster of Indian Flats (1973)

Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla (2002)

Godzilla and Mothra: The Battle for Earth (1992)

Godzilla Fantasia (1984)

Godzilla, King of the Monsters (1956)

Godzilla: KIng of the Monsters (2019)

Godzilla, Mothra and KIng Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (2001)

Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. (2003)

Godzilla 2000 (1999)

Godzilla vs. Biollante (1989)

Godzilla vs. Destoroyah (1995)

Godzilla vs. Gigan (1972)

Godzilla vs. Hedorah (1971)

Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah (1991)

Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla (1974)

Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II (1993)

Godzilla vs. Megaguirus (2000)

Godzilla vs. Megalon (1973)

Godzilla vs. SpaceGodzilla (1994)

Godzilla vs. the Sea Monster (1966)

Godzilla vs. the Thing (1964)

Godzilla’s Revenge (1969)

Gog (1954)

Going Places (1948)

Going to Bed Under Difficulties (1900)

Gojira (1954)

Gojira (1984)

Gold (1934)

Gold Diggers of ’49 (1935)

The Gold Ghost (1934)

The Gold Rush (1925)

The Golden Arrow (1962)

The Golden Bat (1966)

The Golden Beetle (1907)

The Golden Blade (1953)

The Golden Earrings (1947)

Golden Hands of Kurigal (1966)

The Golden Mistress (1954)

The Golden State (1948)

The Golden Touch (1935)

The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1973)

Golden Yeggs (1950)

Goldface, the Fantastic Superman (1967)

Goldfinger (1964)

Goldstein (1965)

Goldtown Ghost Riders (1953)

The Golem (1920)

Le Golem (1936)

Le Golem (1967)

Goliath and the Barbarians (1959)

Goliath and the Dragon (1960)

Goliath and the Giants (1961)

Goliath and the Sins of Babylon (1963)

Goliath Awaits (1981)

Un golpe de mil millones (1966)

Goo Goo Goliath (1954)

Good Against Evil (1977)

The Good Egg (1945)

Good Glue Sticks (1907)

Good Morning, Eve! (1934)

The Good Shepherdess and the Evil Princess (1908)

Goodbye Charlie (1964)

Goodness, a Ghost (1940)

Goofy Ghosts (1928)

Goona-Goona (1932)

Goons from the Moon (1951)

The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg (1936)

Gorath (1962)

The Gore Gore Girls (1972)

Gorgo (1961)

The Gorgon (1964)

The Gorilla (1939)

Gorilla at Large (1954)

The Gory Murder (1978)

Het gouden feestmaal (1910)

Graduation Day (1981)

Le grand Melies (1952)

Grandfather’s Pills (1908)

A Grandmother’s Story (1908)

The Grapes of Death (1978)

Grave of the Vampire (1974)

Graveyard of Horror (1971)

Greaser’s Palace (1972)

The Great Alaskan Mystery (1944)

The Great Alligator (1979)

The Great Cognito (1982)

The Great Experiment (1934)

The Great Gabbo (1929)

The Great Gambini (1937)

The Great Houdini (1976)

The Great Impersonation (1935)

Great Insect War (1968)

The Great Race (1965)

The Great Rupert (1950)

The Greed of William Hart (1948)

Greedy Humpty Dumpty (1936)

Greek Mirthology (1954)

The Green Archer (1940)

The Green Archer (1961)

The Green Hornet (1940)

The Green Hornet Strikes Again (1941)

Green Mansions (1959)

The Green Pastures (1936)

The Green Slime (1969)

Gregorio and the Angel (1970)

The Grim Reaper (1980)

Grimm’s Fairy Tales for Adults (1959)

Grizzly (1976)

Ground Zero (1973)

The Groundstar Conspiracy (1942)

The Gruesome Twosome (1967)

La guerra il sogno di Momi (1917)

Guess What Happened to Count Dracula (1970)

Gulliver’s Travels (1939)

Gulliver’s Travels (1977)

Gulliver’s Travels among the Lilliputians and the Giants (1902)

Gulliver’s Travels Beyond the Moon (1965)

Gumbasia (1955)

Gumnaam (1965)

Gunnar Hedes Saga (1923)

Guru, the Mad Monk (1970)

A Guy Named Joe (1943)

Gypsy Life (1945)

The Gypsy Moon (1956)

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The Devil’s Rain (1975)

The Devil’s Rain (1975)
Article 6059 by Dave Sindelar
Date: 6-13-2022
Directed by Robert Fuest
Featuring Ernest Borgnine, Eddie Albert, Ida Lupino
Country: Mexico / United States
What it is: A 64-pack of Crayola crayons left in the sun.

A family in possession of a book of evil do battle with a Satanic cult.

With Robert Fuest’s name in the credits, I expected there would be some interesting stylistic touches to the movie, and there are. In fact, the movie’s vibe works pretty well for me during the first third of the movie. At that point the movie starts to wander, and once we reach the sequence in which we find out about the burning of a sorcerer three hundred years ago, it shows it’s not averse to traversing the path of well-worn cliches. The movie seems mostly remembered nowadays for two things. One is the presence of John Travolta in an early role, but I certainly wouldn’t recommend it to his fans as anything but a curiosity. The other is the extended meltathon that ends the movie, and since we get a taste of the effect in the opening scenes of the movie, it’s a bit like enjoying a hamburger in the beginning and then having to eat the whole cow at the end. It’s a shame; I like some of the aspects of the movie so well (especially the desolate locations) that I wish a decent story had been attached to the movie.

Let’s Ring Doorbells (1935)

Let’s Ring Doorbells (1935)
Article 6058 by Dave Sindelar
Date: 6-8-2022
Directed by Arthur Davis and Sid Marcus
Voice cast unknown
Country: USA
What it is: Another forgotten Columbia cartoon

Scrappy and his baby brother get bored and decide to entertain themselves by going around ringing other people’s doorbells.

As might be expected from a setup like this, Scrappy and his brother have a lesson to learn, so they end up in a spooky with a ghostly old man who tells them they can’t leave the house until they press the right doorbell. This sequence is like a mild version of BIMBO’S INITIATION, but it still makes it as one of the better Scrappy cartoons out there. Many of the doors turn out to be booby traps, as you might expect. I wish there were a few more laughs, but it’s one of the higher points in Columbia’s cartoon catalog.

The Sad Little Guinea Pigs (1938)

The Sad Little Guinea Pigs (1938)
Article 6057 by Dave Sindelar
Date: 6-5-2022
Directed by Manny Gould and Ben Harrison
No voice actors
Country: USA
What it is: More than a little unsettling

A mad scientist tries out his new tonics on three terrified guinea pigs.

Heaven knows what this nightmarish cartoon’s reputation would be if it were better known and not a forgotten Columbia cartoon. Certainly, animal activists would be appalled, though it would certainly be useful to them from a propagandistic standpoint. It’s basically a mad scientist subjecting his guinea pigs to his various sick-looking tonics (each of which seem to contain a mutant creature) and watching their bodies mutate and contort. No, it’s not whimsically amusing; it’s sheer nightmare, and the fact that the scientist gets a comeuppance at the end doesn’t quite make up for the nastiness. And, lest we forget, this is a children’s cartoon, and no doubt someone somewhere considered it a funny idea. Perhaps obscurity is the best place for this one.